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The Holy City is known for a plethora of things -- spectacular weather, friendly locals, endless festivities, and of course killer happy hours! Take a look at some of our favorite spots in the city to sip on a dirty martini (extra olives) as you transition from the work day and into a captivating Charleston evening. Whether you're hoping to catch sunset or the illuminated Ravenel bridge, these views are sure to please!

1.  Fleet Landing -- Hush puppy and order a Bloody Mary to accompany your expansive waterfront view!

2. The Rooftop Bar at the Vendue -- Be sure to take a look at all the marvelous art across the street at 26 Vendue (exhibits are rotated by local artists and galleries four times a year) before heading up to see the resident craft

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For the first time, Travel + Leisure Magazine's "World's Best City" rankings named a U.S. city number one. Charleston, SC has received many accolades in the past, but none compare to the honor that comes with the title of the "Best in the World." We certainly don't disagree! The Charleston lifestyle has captivated us for years and is exactly why we choose to call the Lowcountry home. Here are just a few of the reasons why we think this award is well-deserved...

1. The Beautiful Scenery 

The peninsula, full of history and interesting architecture, has enough aesthetic beauty to keep anyone amused. Around just about every corner is a breathtaking scene just asking for a photo opportunity. From the historic charm of South of Broad to the up and

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Sullivan's Island was recently named one of the Top 10 Happiest Seaside Towns of 2016 by Coastal Living magazine. While Sullivan's Island is pretty tiny at only 3.3 square miles, we've came up with four reasons why Sullivan's Island deserves that spot.

1. History.

Sullivan's Island may be small, but it's big on history. The island has been occupied since the 17th century, and was a critical logistics location, and military point during the Revolutionary and Civil War eras. Fort Moultrie still stands on the island. The HL Hunley, the first combat submarine to sink a warship, was stationed off of Sullivan's Island, and Edgar Allen Poe was once a resident.

2. Location.

Sullivan's Island could not be anymore centrally located. The island

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